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Dancers' Group in association with Yerba Buena Gardens Festival ...
Dancers' Group in association with Yerba Buena Gardens Festival is pleased to present The Eye of Horus , a series of site-specific solos by Sara Shelton Mann , presented free outdoors at Jessie Square in San Francisco, April 24-May 3. Acclaimed choreographer and teacher Sara Shelton Mann is "an iconoclast who has performed to great acclaim and ... (more)
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Wed Apr 16, 2014
The San Francisco Foghorn
USF Welcomes New President Father Fitz
The presidential search ended last week with the Board of Trustees voting unanimously to elect the Reverend Paul J. Fitzgerald S.J. as the 28th president of the University of San Francisco.
San Francisco 49ers Shopping LaMichael James
The San Francisco 49ers are currently shopping LaMichael James after James expressed a dissatisfaction with his current playing time situation in San Francisco, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee.
'Hippie Hill' Crackdown Expected At SF's Golden Gate Park, 4/20 Festivities
A marijuana user smokes from a bong during a 420 Day celebration on 'Hippie Hill' in Golden Gate Park April 20, 2010 in San Francisco.
Marin Independent Journal
San Rafael woman wins $30,000 in San Francisco Dream House Raffle
The 32-year-old bartender and College of Marin theater student was recently picked as the early bird winner in the San Francisco Dream House Raffle.
Heartless Big Soda Terrifies Mom and Pop Businesses
The budget committee of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is holding a hearing at 1pm today on a proposal to put a 2 cents per ounce sweetened beverage tax on the November ballot.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
East Bay Express
Why Gentrification Is Not Inevitable
A new comprehensive report on gentrification in Oakland and San Francisco received much attention last week from Bay Area news outlets.
Contra Costa Times
West Oakland skatepark lacks permits, city support
Daren King traveled from San Francisco to skate the DIY skate park in West Oakland, Calif.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Easter dining in San Francisco
Celebrate Spring and Easter with special menus at San Francisco restaurants. There is so much to choose between with neighborhood favorites as well as elegant hotel dining.
Gentrification report proposes bold solutions to stop displacement in Oakland
Last week by Causa Justa::Just Cause released a report titled Development Without Displacement: Resisting Gentrification in the Bay Area.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
15 best U.S. spots for kids
The Exploratorium in San Francisco is the United States' top attraction for kids, according to travel site Gogobot's users.
Contra Costa Times
Days Gone By: Easter bonnets a fashion necessity in turn-of-the-20th-century Bay Area
Long ago, when I was a child, the one thing you knew for sure was that you got a new outfit, including a hat, when Easter came around.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Touring around San Francisco
For those traveling to San Francisco looking to book a trek outside the city, here are two tours worth checking out.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Are Walmart stores open or closed on Easter Sunday 2014?
If you think getting into Harvard is tough, just try getting a job at Walmart when economic times are tough.
Brissie bridge travel takes highest toll
The four-lane span across the city's river might not be as famous as the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, New York's Washington Bridge or even Sydney Harbour Bridge.
San Francisco landmarks by number of visitors
The Golden Gate Bridge is certainly the city's most iconic landmark, but because it's part of Highway 1 and 101, it's hard to measure exactly how many people visited for tourism purposes.
Mothers of Pre-Schoolers will host a vendor fair from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at 455 W. 20th St. at the Historic Mansion House.
SFMOMA to open new center for photography in 2016 as part of expansion
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art announced today the creation of the John and Lisa Pritzker Center for Photography, which will be the largest exhibition space for photography and among the most advanced photographic arts centers of any art museum in the United States.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Muni Proposal Has Some Hill Residents Fuming
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is proposing bus route changes to the Southside neighborhoods.
Pickup hits boy, 3, in S.F.
Local daycare worker Carlene Murray , is seen on the corner of Fulton and 43rd Avenue in San Francisco on April 10, 2014.